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If you work with Microsoft
Operating Systems and Server products, this site is designed to save you time by helping you
rapidly locate hard to find
technical resources. You no longer need to scour through
irrelevant search engine queries, and dig through a dozen different
technical sites for information. We hand pick the best technical
articles from hundreds technical
sites and index them here by category and topic. Whether you're
writing a disaster recovery plan, troubleshooting a blue screen
error, or defending your network against hackers, start your
research here. We're confident that we can help you find the
answers you need faster, and with less hassle, than anywhere else
on the web.
LabMice.net has two main entry points: the default Home
page, and our RefDesk page.
The home page is designed to keep you updated daily with the latest tech news, virus
alerts, security advisories, and other resources critical to
network administrators. News items are handpicked from over 45
tech news sites from around the web, and are chosen for their
relevance to network administration and engineering. If you've
missed a few days and need to get caught up on events, our news
links are archived here for 12 full
months. In addition, we feature a Link
of the Day which is usually either a critical security alert,
compelling technical article, interesting editorial, useful
utility or website, and occasionally a bit of tech humor. The RefDesk
page is designed as a home page/portal for network
administrators to quickly access search engines, news sites,
security pages, Microsoft support pages, and other useful websites
from a single page. The page also features a search bar for both
this site and Google.
It may not be obvious from
the front page, but we have more than 500
pages of content with over 10,000 external hyperlinks to articles,
online seminars, whitepapers, tutorials, book excerpts, and other
resources. We know how frustrating it is to get lost on large sites,
so we've designed our
link structure to allow you to get anywhere on the site within 3 clicks or less by using 2 navigation bars. The navigation bar on the top of the
page will instantly return you to either the Home Page or our
Search Page from anywhere on the site. In addition, the navigation bar on the left side of the main pages
to quickly access our resource centers and their subpages. This
secondary navigation bar will change as you "drill down"
to the site content, but always links back to the subcategory and
related topics of the section you are in.
Our search engine is provided by Atomz.com, which re-indexes this site every Wednesday morning. This engine performs a full text search of the entire
site, and can be configured for advanced searches that queries for
specific phrases, and sound-alike matching. For best results, try to
use specific words and not common search terms that are listed in the Navigation Bars.
Queries for "BackOffice" and "Windows 2000"
will pull up almost every page on the site.
LabMice.net is divided into 11 sections or "Resource
Centers" based on product or topic. The main categories are:
These Centers are further divided into subsections,
where resources are categorized by topic or task such as
product installation, configuration, back and recovery,
This site is updated every weekday between 8am - 9am EST. In
addition to the news, link of the day, and security alerts that
are posted on our front page, we add about 200 links a week to our
index, and are always looking for ways to expand and improve
content. We also aggressively hunt down broken links using random
page audits, as well as automated 3rd party link reporting
services. Once in a while, a few links slip through, so if you
find a broken link please report it. Typically, we can repair or
replace the link within 24 hours.
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We are always looking for ways to improve this site and comments,
suggestions, and constructive criticisms are always welcome.
We receive about 200 e-mails a day and do our best to answer all
of them as soon as we can.
For comments, questions,
and suggestions for improvement, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
errors, broken links, and other site related issues, contact
If you didn't
find the resources you were looking for and would like to
see a section added, contact email@example.com
If you would
like to submit an article for publication on LabMice.net,
send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
additional questions, queries, issues, or advertising
information, contact Bernie Klinder at email@example.com